Spring Trial Stakes Day: Fair Phantom the Winner on Sufferance from Miss Joy.; Busy Signal in Form and Wins a Grand Race--Lyke Draws a Ten-Day Suspension., Daily Racing Form, 1921-05-29


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SPRING TRIAL STAKES DAY Fair Phantom the Winner on Suf ¬ ferance from Miss Joy Busy Signal in Form and Wins a aGrand Grand Race Lyke Draws a aTenDay TenDay Suspension LOUISVILLE Ky May 28 Mont fort Jones car ¬ ried oft the honors and the lions share of the Spring Trial Stakes with his pair of crack fillies Fair Phantom and Miss Joy which finished first and second in the above order Fair Phantom win ¬ ning by a half length but Miss Joy was easing up at the time Aloft carrying the H P Whitney silks beat Edward B McLeans Dream of Allah by a short margin for third jilace The Jones pair were outstanding favorites and their success was pleasing to the big crowd but it was In one re ¬ spect an unsatisfactory contest due to the flagrant rough riding of Garner astride Miss Joy He began his rough work early anil the chief sufferer by it was Dream of Allah Butwell had her in a for ¬ ward position in the first eighth when Garner came over and caused a jam in which Dream of Allah was forced back to last place Miss Joy then joined Fair Phantom and the pair measured strides practically on even terms until near the finish where Garner began easing Miss Joy up and Fair Phantom won on sufferance Aloft which had been well up throughout finished gamely and just lasted to hold third place Dream of Allah ran a race that rtamped her the equal of if not superior to Fair Phantom for she closed an immense gap in the last quarter and was going fastest of all at the linlsh B landing fourth she saved her entrance and starling fees Jockey Garner was suspended for five days for his rough riding by tlie stewards The net value of the stakes to the winner totalled r o oIt It was the second stake victory for Fair Phantom during the meeting she having accounted for the Debutante Stakes on the opening day in the colors of J N Camden It was her first start in the Jones colors and her first appearance since Derby day dayBUSY BUSY SIGNAL AND SWAYS GREAT FINISH FINISHA A rattling finish came in tho mile and a six ¬ teenth handicap following the stake feature in which Busy Signal and Sway figured Both were driven to their utmost through the last eighth with Busy Signal succeeding in lasting to win by a scant neck under the vigorous ride that Lyke gave her lie interfered with Sway near the end by striking him over the head with his whip General lliilg landed in third place a good distance off from the leaders The time of tho race 144 was within twofifths of a second of the track record recordLyke Lyke also by bis powerful finish in the third ace was aide to land the winner when he brought J N Camdons consistent Durjeeling home first Lnnsford who figured in tlie duel with Lyke on the occasion of Busy Signals triumph over Sway was again the victim of Lykes ability for he had the mount on Brunswick which landed second to Dar jicling Gold Digger the favorite finished third Jockey Barrett who had the mount on White Star in the race fell heavily when his mount went down The jockey may have sustained a fracture of the ankle and it will not be determined until an Xray examination can bo secured He was token to a local hospital hospitalBen Ben Valet was scratched from the fourth race on account of the death of his owner Sidney Bed ¬ ford who was killed last night by an interurhan car at Shelbyvlllo ShelbyvllloBelgian Belgian Queen was claimed by Nugent Brothers for 3000 Yoivoll was thoir representative and they had to oiildraw John Marino who also had a claim in for the filly fillyZATONIA ZATONIA IMPROVEMENTS COMPLETED COMPLETEDHarry Harry F Breivogel came rvor lo confer with general manager Matt J Wiim about some details in connection with the Laronia opening Mr Breivogel reports that the extensive improvements at the Latouia track have practically reached com ¬ pletion and that the course will resemble a new plant for the opening on June 4 4R R J Walden is among the newcomers at La ¬ touia and the fourteen horses he brought will be raced during tin thirtyone days meeting meetingJohn John Haehmoistor who served as presiding stew ¬ ard at Havana the past winter was a visitor this afternoon afternoonAl Al Luzader claimed Wave from the third race for 1800 He had Corydon in the race raceSlipalong Slipalong has been taken over by the United States Remount Association AssociationTrainer Trainer John F Schorr and jockey J Butwell will leave tomorrow for Latunia with Dream of Allah and Longh Swilly which they brought here to race today todayThe The second race uncovered in John Finn a possible crack probably the best youngster in these parts He won like a good colt although he did not have to run extra fast to beat Demos anil Moutjoy John Finn recently worked fiveeighths from the barrier in less than a minute He is by Dick Fin noll Coinscalo the latter a mare which raced with great speed on Kentucky tracks many years ago agoThe The opener furnished the outstanding upset of tlie afternoon In the victory of Fifi II which just lasted to outstay Sweet Liberty and GroundSwell GroundSwellA A shower came after the running of the sixth race and continued until after tin finish of the last race but the track was in no wise affected by it itBelgian Belgian Queen owned by the Chicago sportsman F J Kelley won easily with Legal and Whirling Dun following her herJockey Jockey Lyke was suspended for ton days by the stewards for rough riding in the sixth race This was Lykes second punishment for this offense he having suffered a previous suspension of five days at Lexington The stewards at the outset of the Kentucky racing season warned the riders that tfiey would suspend them for five days for the first cuuvklhm of rough riding ami ten for the second

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